I’m no different from the clients I see. Like everyone else, I’m human. I’ve been through both wonderful and difficult experiences that have shaped who I am and how I approach my work as a therapist.
I help women deal with life’s challenges and transitions because I know what it feels like to struggle with and heal from depression, anxiety, and grief. I know how painful it can be to struggle with infertility. I have experienced my own bumpy transition into motherhood and know the benefit of prioritizing yourself and your needs during such major life shifts. I deeply understand that trying to cope with the anger, grief, and anxiety of our times is something one can’t do alone.
My life experiences are what lead me to become the therapist I am today.
Being a therapist is an honor. I love guiding people towards figuring the painful stuff out and watching them transform their lives from one filled with suffering to one filled with joy and presence. The most rewarding part of being a therapist is giving and holding space for hope when people feel hopeless.
I am committed to guiding you to a place where things feel manageable in your life again.
I have a natural ability to sense what other people may be thinking and feeling and a gift for helping them put the unspeakable into words.
People who know me often say that I am a good listener who can helps others feel heard and understood which helps people feel seen. Feeling seen and heard is where the healing begins.
It’s important to me to provide a non-judgmental space where you can be yourself. There isn’t a “one size fits all” approach to therapy. Our sessions will fit your specific needs and concerns.
As a therapist:
- I believe that our emotions and experiences are healed when they are witnessed and validated.
- I believe that change is possible when you allow yourself the permission and space to do the work.
- I believe that therapy should address the person as a whole – their mind, body, and spirit.
- I believe that if we continue to keep working and believing in ourselves we can be in a completely different space sooner than we think.
- I believe that even if we feel like we’ve lost hope, it’s possible to show up, commit to ourselves, and do what it takes to start feeling better.